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Toronto: The U2 documentary 'From the Sky Down' isn't just good, it's downright transcendent

15 September 2011 8:59 PM, PDT | EW - Inside Movies | See recent EW.com - Inside Movies news »

As the Toronto Film Festival winds down, I want to tell you about one last movie I saw there — a movie that, for me, turned out to be the most surprising one of the festival. I went to a showing of From the Sky Down, a documentary about U2 directed by Davis Guggen- heim, with more or less one thought in my head: Do I really need to see another U2 documentary? There was U2: Rattle and Hum (1988). There was the concert film U2 3D (2008). There was the edition of VH1′s Classic Albums in which the Edge showed you »

- Owen Gleiberman

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Bridesmaids first up the aisle

30 June 2011 4:11 AM, PDT | The Guardian - Film News | See recent The Guardian - Film News news »

It's champagne corks for Kristen Wiig for hooking the date movie crowd, while Brit romcom Love's Kitchen sank like a soufflé

The winner

Predicting an opening number for Bridesmaids at UK cinemas was always going to be tricky. On the plus side, the film enjoyed good buzz, thanks to critical praise, awareness of Us success and positive word circulating from an aggressive programme of advance free screenings. On the minus, lead actresses Kristen Wiig and Maya Rudolph are both significantly less famous here than Stateside, where they served long stints on Saturday Night Live.

Considering fast-improving weather over the weekend, with grosses dropping heavily for all films on scorching-hot Sunday, Universal will be pretty delighted with Bridesmaids' debut figure of £3.44m, including paid previews of £1.03m. That's not quite Wiig's personal best, since Paul opened in February with £5.52m, including £2.31m in previews, but she was hardly a significant selling point on that occasion. »

- Charles Gant

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James Cameron Creates Cameron – Pace Group (Cpg)

13 April 2011 6:48 PM, PDT | Filmofilia | See recent Filmofilia news »

Ready to hear what James Cameron is doing these days? No? Well, sorry about that, but this is an official thing, so check it out! He has teamed up with acclaimed cinematographer Vince Pace to form Cameron – Pace Group (Cpg).

Just in case you’re wondering what’s so interesting about that, here’s a little “insight” – this group will seek to accelerate worldwide growth of 3D across all entertainment platforms including features, episodic and live television, sports, advertising and consumer products, pioneering a new generation of camera systems, services and a variety of creative tools that are innovative, powerful and easier to embrace.

Cpg will build upon the strong foundation of Pace and the 3D technology to which its co-founders have individually and collectively contributed, such as the revolutionary Fusion 3D system. In combination, Cameron’s and Pace’s technologies, products and services have been responsible for $4.7 billion of »

- Fiona

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James Cameron Forms New 3D Company with Vince Pace

11 April 2011 8:37 AM, PDT | MovieWeb | See recent MovieWeb news »

Legendary filmmaker and 3D visionary, James Cameron has teamed up with acclaimed cinematographer and fellow 3D pioneer, Vince Pace to form Cameron - Pace Group (Cpg), which seeks to accelerate worldwide growth of 3D across all entertainment platforms including features, episodic and live television, sports, advertising and consumer products, pioneering a new generation of camera systems, services and a variety of creative tools that are innovative, powerful and easier to embrace. Cameron and Pace unveiled the new company this morning during a press conference at the 2011 Nab Show in Las Vegas.

Cpg will build upon the strong foundation of Pace and the 3D technology to which its co-founders have individually and collectively contributed, such as the revolutionary Fusion 3D system. In combination, Cameron's and Pace's technologies, products and services have been responsible for $4.7 billion of box office receipts and have played an extensive role in 25 features, seven concert and »

- MovieWeb

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Cameron And Pace Pioneering 3D

11 April 2011 6:26 AM, PDT | SneakPeek | See recent SneakPeek news »

Director James Cameron has teamed up with cinematographer and fellow 3D pioneer, Vince Pace to form "Cameron - Pace Group" (Cpg), which "...seeks to accelerate worldwide growth of 3D across all entertainment platforms including features, episodic and live television, sports, advertising and consumer products, pioneering a new generation of camera systems, services and a variety of creative tools that are innovative, powerful and easier to embrace..."

In combination, Cameron’s and Pace’s technologies, products and services have been responsible for $4.7 billion of box office receipts and have played an extensive role in 25 features including "Avatar", "Tron: Legacy", "Resident Evil: Afterlife" and "U2 3D".

"...This history puts Cpg in a unique position to respond to the growing demand for high-quality 3D entertainment and to provide 3D technology innovations that serve studios, filmmakers, directors of photography, producers, networks, studios and broadcasters. The company plans to take full advantage of its position »

- Michael Stevens

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Comic Book Bits: ‘The Amazing Spider-Man’ Using Pioneering 3D Technology; Chris Hemsworth on ‘Thor’; Ray Stevenson May Return as ‘The Punisher’; Summit Gets ‘Crosshair’; ‘X-Men’ Anime; Stan Lee’s Deposition

10 March 2011 7:30 AM, PST | Slash Film | See recent Slash Film news »

[1] In case that mouthful of a headline didn't tip you off, we have a plethora of comic book movie news to sort through, so let's get cracking. After the break, you'll find an update on the new 3D technology being used for The Amazing Spider-Man, Chris Hemsworth's response to the first cut of Thor, news on Ray Stevenson's potential reprisal of the role of Frank Castle for the The Punisher franchise, final talks of Summit Entertainment acquiring the feature rights to the comic Crosshair, a teaser trailer, new images and a poster for the upcoming X-Men anime, and Stan Lee's deposition for the ongoing Kirby family vs. Marvel court case. One of the big concerns when Marc Webb's Spider-Man reboot was announced was that the film was going to be in 3D. With Avatar being one of the few live-action films to implement 3D properly, what »

- Adam Quigley

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Venture 3D celebrates official launch following work on The Green Hornet and The Chronicles of Narnia

27 January 2011 12:31 PM, PST | The Geek Files | See recent The Geek Files news »

Despite varied results on the big screen, it looks like 3D is here to stay, with many more cinemas offering the releases; fully-equipped TVs and Blu-ray players on the market; and Sky offering a specialised channel to subscribers.

And as the concept of forking out more cash to see a movie in an extra dimension takes hold, Venture 3D has announced its official launch in the growing market for converting films into the format.

The Los Angeles-based company provided the 3D conversion for Sony's The Green Hornet, directed by Michel Gondry (Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind) and starring Seth Rogen and Cameron Diaz.

Venture 3D also worked on 20th Century Fox's and Walden Media's The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader and the 2010 FIFA World Cup 3D trailer.

Other recent projects also include 3D conversion work for Warner Bros, Screen Gems and the Museum of Contemporary Art in Shanghai. »

- David Bentley

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